Alaska Animal Rescue
ALASKA ANIMAL RESCUE
Premires Saturday, April 11, 9/8c
ALASKA ANIMAL RESCUE follows wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers as they respond to animals in need in the heart of America's last frontier - one of the most unforgiving climates on the planet. Whether they're tending to land, sea or avian animals - an orphaned lynx, a stranded sea lion or an injured eagle - they're constantly on the front lines of conservation. The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward monitors the state's 6,640 miles of coastline, helping a diverse range of marine life, including walruses, whales, otters and octopuses. Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka specializes in the state's airborne animals, like bald eagles, owls and other birds of prey. And, the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in Portage takes on the biggest and most iconic land animals, including bears, wolves and bison. These dedicated first responders, veterinarians and animal caretakers work hands on - day in and day out - through dangerous terrain to rescue and rehabilitate these animals to make sure Alaska stays wild.